Wandering through rural towns in Europe, anyone can get big surprises if they see an abandoned house with cars.
This is what happened to the author of the Dutch YouTube channel LostintimeNL. During an exploration through Germany in May of this year he came across a house, apparently abandoned, on whose property there is a small car graveyard. The most striking thing is that almost all of the American brand Cadillac and, in addition, models that are not very common in Europe:
Here we can see some screenshots of the video. There are a total of four 1980 Cadillac DeVille Sedans, two in brown and two in blue. In the car on the right we see a clue to its possible origin: a sticker with the initials "CH", the national emblem of Swiss cars (the initials are for the Helvetic Confederation).
It looks like these cows are now the sole owners of the cars. This cow we see posing for the camera doesn't seem too happy that they're browsing her cars.
In this small car graveyard there is also a 1970 Cadillac DeVille Cabrio, a jewel in a deplorable state.
The most difficult vehicle for me to recognize (I got it thanks to the knowledgeable automotive experts on the blog) is this Nissan Patrol 160, a model from the 1980s.
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